5-star hotel Cacao Playa Del Carmen and the most hospitable staff, welcomes you

Cacao Playa Del Carmen is lokated ten miles from the Cancun International Airport (how to get there – archello.com/project/hotel-cacao-live-aqua-resort), you’ll find this exceptional five-star, three-diamond rated resort. In my honest opinion, this is more than five-star resort. You might be astounded when you walk through the elegant, roman column entry (hinges on being opulent). Expect to see lots of marble tile, huge sprays of fresh flowers, high celings, and beautiful archways often seen in Spanish architecture. We have stayed in several Cancun hotels and Cacao Playa Del Carmen beats them all by a longshot! We booked this hotel/air package through Funjet (remarkably they offered these high-quality accomodations in one of their package deals).
Rooms are nicely furnished with modern Mexican decor. Our room had one of the most beautiful Gone with the Wind-looking balconies overlooking the stunning powder white sand on the beach. We had two double beds in the room; comforters were neutral sand tones and there were lovely marble tiles throughout. The bathroom is fairly spacious and has a lovely marble vanity with a matching flowing, Gone with the Wind-esque shower curtain. This resort has purified water throughout-a definite plus if you’re worried about getting Montezuma’s revenge. There is a lovely beachside pool with a swim-up bar; many pool activities; a hot tub/Jacuzzi; an accomodating staff (hard to find in Cancun); a hotel spa for facials, massages, and more; a quaint jewelry shop full of interesting Mexican sterling silver; currency exchange at the front desk area; upscale comfortable lounge areas on the lobby level; five restaurants within the hotel; a cold air conditioning; bathrobes; an in-room safe; a hairdryer; a mini-bar; cable TV; voicemail; a dataport; an iron and ironing board; room service (with an incredible tropical-special cheesecake); and all the amenities you’d expect within a five-star resort.

The two closest restaurants with the highest quality food were La Capilla (a somewhat pricey Mexican restaurant inside the Cacao Playa Del Carmen resort) and La Dolce Vita (across the street).

While this resort has a water purification system throughout, I recommend making a jaunt via the public bus (which stops every 15 minutes outside this resort) to buy bottled water, sodas, and alcohol at the Wal-Mart in downtown Cancun. Bus fare is a mere $0.60. The bottled water, sodas, and alcoholic beverages at this resort are pricey.

What sets this Cacao Playa Del Carmen hotel apart from other five-star Cancun hotels is the amiable professionalism of the staff and non-existant timeshare sales personnel within the hotel. This is a guaranteed relaxing stay in a truly five-star resort. So if you`re staying there for working purpose, or simply book a room on travelrepublic.co.uk/2-4855396/cacao-hotel, they provide only quiet rooms.

How Golden Silk Boutique Hotel impressed us – passionate review!

I chose Golden Silk Boutique hotel based on the price and good reviews here: rtdredtdhg. This was our first trip to Hanoi and the staff was EXTREMELY helpful with telling us how to get around. The staff went out of their way to make us feel at home. The rooms are small, clean and comfortable and the lobby has a nice little bar for a late night wine or espresso.

From the Metro station you can get to just about anywhere in the city in roughly 20 minutes. There are many nice cafes and restaurants in the immediate area. I would definitely stay here again and would recommend this hotel to first time visitors and couples.

Within walking distance (if you’re in ok shape) to many attractions. Let me say that the courtesy and friendliness of the staff was exemplary. They spoke English, always happy to help, and absolutely wonderful. I’m not sure I’d tell any first time traveller to Hanoi to stay anywhere else. FANTASTIC PEOPLE ARE CRUCIAL TO FEELING WELCOME.

Didn’t eat at the hotel, but there is a restaurant in the lower level. There is a bakery across the street and a small grocer two doors down. There are a few restaurants in the neighborhood, but remember that the Metro station is very close so you can get anywhere you want very very quickly. The area is quiet at night, as this is located in the financial district and I always felt safe walking about. I have no complaints about the location, hotel, or anything else. Absolutely a pleasant stay.

I can’t say enough about how helpful the staff is and how approachable they are. You will not be disappointed unless you expect to spend your whole trip in the room, which is comfortable, but not plush. But you don’t go to Hanoi to look at your hotel room. There was a refrigerator in the room to keep your drinks cold, or any snacks you might buy from the grocer. Can I say enough good things? Not really. It was such a great place to stay, and I plan to stay again when we go back. They impressed us and the price was very reasonable. You can’t go wrong here. I’m envious that the reader of this message is going back to Hanoi!